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Yale's Office of International Affairs compiles information on faculty work around the world. You can view this information on our interactive Global Engagement Map by clicking the image below. Categories are marked with colored pins, as follows): Pins on the map ca...
Shirley Yeung ’93 (second from right) with her family at a Yale SOM reunion. Her daughter, Martha Xiang ‘19, is currently a second-year MBA student at Yale SOM.
When her daughter was choosing a business school, Shirley Yeung ’93 wasted no time pointing to the Yale School of Management. “In Asia, and particularly in Greater China, SOM is having an enormous impact,” says Yeung, founder and managing partner of the Shan...
Mr. Fu Shouquing and Pericles Lewis
Mr. Fu Shouquing, Vice Director, Administrative Committee of Xiongan University, meets with Pericles Lewis, Yale's Vice President for Global Strategy and Deputy Provost for International Affairs. Mr. Shouquing, leading a delegration from Xiongan, was on campus to learn and...
  Subhashini Kaligotla, assistant professor of art history, points to a photograph on her computer screen of elaborate sandstone towers at Pattadakal, a medieval temple complex in northern Karnataka, India. “I always ask my students if they see different arch...
Dr. Saad B. Omer
Dr. Saad B. Omer has been named the inaugural director of the Yale Institute for Global Health (YIGH). Omer is currently the William H. Foege Professor of Global Health, Epidemiology, and Pediatrics at Emory University’s Schools of Public Health and Medicine. He wil...
  Last spring, Kishwar Rizvi, professor of the history of art, led a group of eight graduate students to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as part of her seminar “Museum and Nation.” Rizvi’s students conducted fieldwork there and later hosted a symposium o...
Afghan students visiting Yale CEID
  This story originally appeared in Yale Engineering magazine. There are plenty of challenges involved with designing and building robots — even more so when you’re working from several different points on Earth. This past summer, 17 Yale students...
PrepaTec Adopts Yale RULER Program
Although society has traditionally favored a high IQ over a high EQ (emotional intelligence quota), experts believe that the latter can significantly improve a person’s quality of life. At the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, researchers have devised a way to...
Anne Underhill
Professor Anne Underhill, who is chair of the Anthropology Department, has collaborated with archaeologists at Shandong University, China, on regional surveys and excavation work since 1995—initiating one of the first Sino-American archaeology projects— to help und...
HAPPINESS Project
Research from the World Health Organization (WHO) has found that more than 500 million people worldwide suffer from mental health disorders, costing the global economy more than $1 trillion in U.S. dollars annually in lost productivity. Of those people, a f...

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